Being able to control your actions at all times. (See also temptation)
Be self-controlled and alert. Your enemy the devil prowls around like a roaring lion looking for someone to devour."
1 Peter 5:8
The devil does his best to make us turn from Jesus. This activity shows how easily
we can be distracted.
A fun way for kids to find a verse from the Bible that will help them when they feel tempted.
No one can tame the tongue. It is a restless evil full of deadly poison (James 3: 8)
After completing this lesson, the children will see how jealousy and pursuing selfish desires can be destructive.
After completing this lesson, the children will understand the importance of taming their tongues. They will realize that the tongue has the power to either save or destroy someone.
After completing this lesson, the children will realize that there are two types of wisdom. In the end they will realize the importance of choosing Godís wisdom.
After completing this lesson, children will have an understanding of the dangers of covetousness and how it can destroy or damage our ability to serve God.
The Bible tells us that God delights in those who tell the truth. This lesson will reinforce the importance of telling the truth and give children practical ways in which they can hide God's word in their hearts.
Society promotes pride and high self-esteem as the greatest building blocks for a happy productive life. In todayís lesson children will learn that too much pride or self-esteem is a very dangerous thing.
This lesson will help the children develop their self control to fight off the many temptations that keep them from being obedient to God and enjoying His many blessings.
Children will discover the importance of keeping their eyes on Jesus and their faith in Him to avoid falling into trouble.
Children will learn that having self-control means to follow the Will of our Lord, instead of giving into the temptations of this world.
An object lesson about having control over what others see and hear in you.
(Maze) Kids choose the correct path to finish the maze by only encountering the objects James compares the tongue to in the Bible.
Out of the same mouth come praise and cursing, my brothers, this should not be. James 3:10 (A skit for four)
An interactive skit where the children provide an alternate ending to make an angry character respond wisely. (A skit for two)
(Storybook Available) A lazy but happy horse finds new joy when he remembers to look straight ahead.